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Webinar: OneNote for (holiday) planning

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Dear Kris Kringle:

Please don’t put me on the naughty list, but your long scroll of paper has to go. OneNote simplifies list-making (and saves trees too), and you can add photos and share easily since there are apps for all the elves’ devices. Plus, you can keep track of your lovely wife’s “honey-do” list and plan your post-ride holiday party. We’ll show you all of that if you can take a few minutes off on Tuesday.

What you will learn at Tuesday’s webinar

  • What is OneNote?
  • Making a wish list and sharing it
  • Using Outlook tasks in OneNote
  • Plan that major renovation or vacation

References for this webinar


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— Doug “on the nice list” Thomas

  1. Mary Ryan

    I am becoming a onenote believer. I am using onenote more and more every day. I read about a real estate agent who put all his contracts into one note. I put one 25 page doc into onenote and it defaulted to one page for every page of the doc. That doesn’t work for me. Or maybe it does, I just don’t know how to use it. . More about how people like me might use this program for docs or are your webinars just for IT people?

    • Doug Thomas User">

      Glad you are a believer. One thing I would do that might help. Open the doc you want add to OneNote. Ctrl+A to select all the copy, then past into one page of OneNote. Might not look great depending upon what the doc looked like, but all the info will be there on one page.

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